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to announce that the recipient of this year's... ge followship award is none other than our very own... liz lemon. [faint applause] wait, how could liz win a fellowship award? she doesn't like people. no, followship. presented annually to the woman--sorry, person, who best exemplifies a follower. i'm not a follower. it also comes with ten grand. i accept this proudly on behalf of followers everywhere. when i think of the free spirited liz lemon i met just one year ago. so resistant to product integration, cross-promotion, and adverlingus. it pleases me to see how well she's learned to follow. uh, is this because of that ge sketch? he has a microwave for a head! but it's such an excellent ge microwave. you said i didn't have a choice. so what are you gonna do with your money, put it into a 401k? yeah, i gotta get one of those. what? where do you invest your money, liz? i have, like, 12 grand in checking. are you an immigrant? ms. moroney! i can't believe how fast you lost the weight.
. revenues beating forecasts. the link here between ge and china, jim, of course, industrials, the margins were great. hitting on all cylinders and the forecast for 2013 also very strong. >> there was an analyst meeting a month ago and there were reports that was subdued. this is not a subdued this morning. countries with natural resources spending again. china definitely decided that. also, many, many articles today. i don't get it, how this is still a financial company. this is the least i've ever seen it be a financial company in the time i've been following general electric. i think that whole wrap is being put to bed right now. >> it is still a significant portion of earnings. less so than it was. when we looked back at '07, it included nbc universal as well. the rest of the company was bigger, yet it was still 50%. >> leverage is lower, the risk is lower. it's just kind of a -- it's going toward a united technologies -- >> still, it would be the fifth largest bank by assets in the world, 50,000 employees. it's still not as small a piece of the business that they would eventually like
into dust skb gas. e w eltryeantryean ge, ,r-ss owi ve s,rsclto, y reoun'p yean turning into dust skb gas. e w eltryeantryean ge, ,r-ss >>> coming up, 49ers warm up for the super bowl front office made a big announcement about the new stadium soon to be one of the most environmentally friendly sports convenient use in the country and a new insurance requirement changing where hiv patients get medications if they're not happy bit. and a test ride on the ellipito. oprah loves hers. its coming up at 6:00. >> that is a lot of work. >> yes. >> well, athletics are covered in this year's california hall of fame. >> yes. they were announced today former 49ers quarterback is just one of seven receiving the honor. >> other inductees include actor warren baity. designers charles and ray aemes. >> movie pioneers, and congratulations everybody. >> world news is next. i'm cheryl jengs. >> from all of u >>> this is "world news." tonight, right to fight. the big surprise today. after centuries, allowing women in combat. why did the obama administration change? why lift the ban now? and what's the real s
tryeantryean ge, ,r-s i ve s,rsclto, y reoun'p yean following abc 7 news at 11:00. nighe w eltryeantryean ge, ,r-s >>> coming up at 6:00 high cost of super bowl celebrations. why the city isn't ready to commit to a victory parade. >> also, michael finney looks into whether some consumers are being misled about upgrades on their homes. >> and a company developing a process adding to explosion of smart phone apps. those stories and more coming up at 6:00. >> tonight is the night, sharks fans have been waiting for months for. the team gets back on the ice at the tank. >> san jose already 2-0 following the win in evanstown. >> that puck drops at 7:30 this evening. >> that is going to do it for us. >> >>> this is "world news." tonight, nuclear threat. north korea plans missiles that can target the united states. can they reach america? what could the impact be? and how serious is the threat, from the mysterious dictator now in charge? >>> fire and ice. as flames shoot in the air, firefighters struggle in the frigid temperatures. how many people are now shivering in the cold in this country? and how m
recipients of handouts is not poor people. it's corporations. >> imagination at work. >> g.e. is the biggest industrial corporation in the world. here's their ceo with 0 president obama. >> jeff immelt is perhaps the ceo most cozy with esident obama. >> and jeff imhole was recently named the country's job czar. >> i am so proud and pleased jeff agreed to chair this panel. >> general electric is structuring their business around where government is going so everything from high-speed rail, solar, wind, gener electric is lining up to get what government's handing out. >> "the new york times" reports that government handed out so many tax breaks breaks to ge, tt despite billions in property profit they paid no taxes no 20 10. once upon a time in america companies got money from investors and invented things. >> 25 years ago my friends and i started with nothing but an idea. >> microsoft did that. they start with nothing and created billions in shareholder wealth but then. >> microsoft is free to compete and compete aggressively but not unlawfully. >> the government sued microsoft for offering p
for him. he's been a bit tense since we found that i'm up for the g.e. chairmanship. yeah, that's why i'm here. i got a call from some lawyer today who was asking me what kind of boss you are, and who long i've known you, and what animal best describes you. what did you say? an eagle with the head of a bear. thank you. your respect means the world to me, lemon. i can't believe it's starting already. what is? g.e. is vetting me. they're trying to see if i have any skeletons in my closet. it's what they do with all the presidential candidates. do you think they'll find anything? oh, yeah. i've done some things, lemon. that's why i hired a private investigator to look into my own background. he'll spot any red flags before g.e. does, and that way i should be able to stay ahead of this. you hired someone to investigate yourself? that's weird. well, you do the same thing
. g.e. said demand from china and other emerging economies helped offset the uncertainty with customers in the u.s. and europe. shares gained 3.5%. volume tripled with the stock closing above $22 for the first time sie october. g.e. said boeing has not changed its delivery schedule for g.e. jet engines used on the 787 dreamliner jet. investment bank morgan stanley had a much stronger than anticipated end to the year with investment banking and trading revenues up sharply. that helped the company earn 45 cents per share, reversing a year ago loss and well above what was expected. the bank has been trying to shift its business away from trading for its own behalf into more of a wealth advisory d lient-focused model. shar rallied.9%. lume tpleds thstocsits at 17 month highs. like other investment banks, morgan stanley has been helped out by companies raising money by issuing debt and using morgan stanley to help find buyers of those corporate bonds. elsewhere in finance, american express fell 1.6%. fourth quarter earnings were only about half of what they were a year ago. cr
-industry stocks. ge, good numbers today. parker hannifin numbers, new high. johnson controls disappointed because they guided lower on their current quarter. all the stocks are moving in line with their commentary and that's something we haven't seen in a while. now, there's a lot of talk. the industrials have been very strong this month. talk about moving into industrials and maybe out of bank stocks which were strong last year. the banks are looking a little tired right now, a little bit toppy. capital one had a very disappointing earnings report. you can see the rest of the stocks aren't going anywhere as well. semiconductors. normally, if you had intel had disappointing guidance. you would see a lot of effect in the overall group the following day. intel is down 7%. taiwan semi, micron, texas instruments, not doing much. that's what i mean. individual stocks doing well but not whole sectors. good day for ipos, norwegian cruise lines, priced at $19 and 23 million shares. opens at 25. there it is, holding up, straight line all throughout the day. finally, the third of three master limited partn
... (laughing) you're supposed to be freaked out! oh yeah. oh yeah! a ge-ge-ge... geck-o! gecko! gecko! hmm... (laughing) martin's really freaking out. he's such a scaredy kratt. (laughing) scaredy kratt, huh? we'll see who gets the last laugh... two creature power discs hot off the m.i.k. oh yea! cool! martin and chris: activate gecko powers. ♪ oh, sticking the landing... with the gecko effect! oh hello, donita. hello, gourmand. i'm glad you could join my conference call. i invented a new miniaturizer! he did not. chris: quick, while he's bragging, let's go! well, you guys can climb, but what about the rest of us? ah, but you underestimate gecko power. one gecko foot can hold up one gecko, plus 50 more. so i can easily haul the three of you out of here! grab onto my tail. and i'll herd old electric toes straight up to the escape hatch. okay, tokay? let's head up. no! the other up. ♪ like them. oh, they say herding cats is tough, but herding geckos? sheesh! gecko powers are awesome! and it really works. with my foot down, the electrical c
have to ge t dirty. >> violence is a key subject of your work. >> it's the genres i work in. i have no moral problems. there are two types of violence in the film. dere's -- the violence that epicts what could happen to slaves, and that is ugly. and hard to watch. but then there's the cathartic violence. and it is surreal and big and operatic. >> so many movies are about the small guy taking on the big guy. is that how you see yourself in the world? >> maybe i felt that way at the very beginning but i'm not fighting with anybody. i have it lucky. i'm a lucky artist to do what i'm able to do and have people me but tput ust put up with work with me. >> tarantino is not universally popular, as some find the violence abhorrent. not the director, as anyone would --g this >> i want to see "django unchained" but may not handle the violence. if you'd like to reach me on the bbc team, find us on twitter. thank you for watching. >> make sense of international news at bbc.com/news. >> funding for this presentation was made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and hon
states from asia, ge for the past couple of years, billing factories in the u.s., and i think we'll continue to see that which gives people a comfort level. it's buy american again, and i think that that helps move us forward. >> very good. sam, thank you, i'll see you on the countdown coming up in a few minutes here. >> thank you so much. >>> ten minutes before the closing bell sounds for the day. a market holding on to the gains. up 96 points, shy of the high of the afternoon. >> mortgage banking revenues surged by 71% at bb&t, but if refis drop off, what happens to their bottom line? we'll speak with ceo kelly king. >> and later i'll speak with the ceo of the nation's largest mortgage originator. john stumpf will tell us if he thinks the housing comeback can survive this volatile economic environment. back with more on the "closing bell." to be the world's best sport sedan... ♪ ...people noticed. ♪ the all-new cadillac ats -- 2013 north american car of the year. ♪ for a limited time, take advantage of this exceptional offer on the all-new cadillac ats. nothing. are you s
skin in the ge in terms of how much the government spend and bureaucracy gets. so many people are paying no taxes and a low porportion of the income and taxes. they wl vote for any government program and. they are not paying money into it >> emac. we hear about fairness. isn't it better to do it this way and don't have the special provisions. >> france is screaming abo jeb pedu . show paid million necessary taxes . we have france here in the united states. we have california . rich people and wealthy people . leavg californiaecause of the taxerates and problems are going on there. >> yb raare reque has a nat tax . the i.s. to do with it. even wt was for it. he needs to optinize the deductions. he needs five paper towel rolls >> if you are against special interest gets special deals. how can you be in favor of a complicated tax code. >> i am not in favor. >> but we'll point one thing out. french high court ruled that the super tax that pardue wants to leave is illegal. >> 75 percent. >> but the politicians are pushing for it >> they will bring it back next fall. >> he happens t
south. >> in my world you have to ge t dirty. >> violence is a key subject of your work. >> it's the genres i work in. i have no moral problems. there are two types of violence in the film. dere's -- the violence that epicts what could happen to slaves, and that is ugly. and hard to watch. but then there's the cathartic violence. and it is surreal and big and operatic. >> so many movies are about the small guy taking on the big guy. is that how you see yourself in the world? >> maybe i felt that way at the very beginning but i'm not fighting with anybody. i have it lucky. i'm a lucky artist to do what i'm able to do and have people me but tput ust put up with work with me. >> tarantino is not universally popular, as some find the violence abhorrent. not the director, as anyone would --g this >> i want to see "django unchained" but may not handle the violence. if you'd like to reach me on the bbc team, find us on twitter. thank you for watching. >> make sense of international news at bbc.com/news. >> funding for this presentation was made possible by the freeman foundation of ne
on corporate results from companies like ge and morgan stanley. they both will report results in a few hours. stock-index futures are little changed ahead of that. flu is being across the country. the costs of developing a sweeping vaccine may be at least $1 billion according to the university of minnesota. with such a hefty price tag, it is a tough sell for product that brings in little profit the company that makes them. some hotels have been changing their routines to be more accommodating to those who are sick. some hotels are even preparing packages for the guests while others are stocking up on hand sanitizer and boxes of tissues. some hotels are even offering humidifiers and drugstore runs. the housing market is in recovery mode. that means the value of the white house is rising as well. more on that coming up in the next hour. live at bloomberg headquarters in new york, linda bell reporting for abc 7 news. back to you. >> thank you. >> 4:40, 36 degrees on this friday morning. first lady michelle obama is showing off a new hairdo on the captioned by the national captioning institute
after making a speechuloses down x-ray division of ge and moves it to china. you have maniacs running the country here. that's the biggest problem with all due respect congressman, it is congress who makes the decision and you used word fair. i love it when congress comes down and said what is fair. what is the fair share you should pay. please give me a break. >> go ahead. >> we need to stop demonizing the businesses that are bringing in amounts of tax dollars so the government can make bets on green energy and solyndra. >> coming up. subzero temperatures put the freeze on the temperatures. global warming will give you 14 trillion reason to worry about your green and wall street speeding ahead but why. but it is the new normal. [heartfelt country music] ♪ - ♪ she stands in ♪ the face of evil ♪ and will not ♪ lose hope or faith ♪ america ♪ the land of freedom ♪ is still the home ♪ of the brave ♪ so raise the banner - ♪ raise the banner - ♪ called ol' glory - ♪ called ol' glory - ♪ let us join ♪ our fellow man - ♪ our fellow man - ♪ history ♪ will wr
earnings growth. ge capital progressed, it says here, with the strategy of a small and more focused financial services business. but it's a pretty nice -- a pretty big contributor at this point to ge capital earned $1.8 billion in the fourth quarter, which was up 9%. and that helped. i mean, if you can earn -- remember in the couple of years ago, ge capital was not contributing to at all. >> in a negative situation stapt. >> right. so at this point, that's pretty good. any quick comments? >> yeah. as you look at this quarter generally speaking, we're expecting the financial service ises are going to be sort of the star, if you will. so looking at this ge quarter, it look like a clean quarter. top line, everybody everyone is focused on that. margin, guidance, they checked off all the boxes. we thought financial services were going to be pretty good. they were. i guess the surprising strength was the backlog piece. on balance, i would say this was a pretty successful quarter. >> jack is with us as you always is. he's been an owner, a long time chief investment officer at harvard advis
. >> there is speculation this morning that the 30 yard markers and 40 yards marker were that i will and test.to take a ge ut i have always been clean. check my record. no deer antler spray? >> i'm not a hunter. >> thanks so much. have loved your coverage from orleans. >> i wonder when he will do to today.at >> i will been waiting for snoop .ogg greg let's check and with jacqui the weather. >> it will feel more like football weather the next couple days. a cold front brought us severe weather expanded grain and flash floods. all that tapering off. we have snow on the western slopes. that will last through the the morning.f 4 images in winchester. gaithersburg had more than 3 inches. two inches at dulles and at reagan national. there's high water. don't drive through it. how deep is and the road know whether has been compromised. find an alternate route. frederick, burma, loudoun, fauquier, stretching into orange themadison, that's where untilgs remain in effect morning. >> been out of the north at 17 miles an hour, very blistering. wind out of the north and northwest. wind gusts even in the 40's. temperat
traction. led by ge ceo. now, while he has his admirers, the company has received loves of negative press for cutting jobs at home while hiring overseas. as reported, a year ago in just one decade under his tenure ge cut 34,000 jobs in the u.s. but added 25,000 offshore, overseas. that's according to press reports. also, the american express ceo, the same month the council was formed the credit-card company announced plans to close the customer service center north carolina and cut 1500 jobs. led the group to not meet for months. after the sessions last set january it did not meet again for six months. ceos and union leaders argued some did not want to be seen with the president during the height of the campaign. unbelievable. add jobs council that won't council. what we need it was an effort to support the small business community in this country, which employs 52 percent of all workers, more than half. 99 percent of all independent enterprises employ fewer than 500 people. getting a st of fortune 500 ceos to fix the nation's jobless problem is a little like asking the incredible stuff b
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to ge? yes, i did. you know, in my day, i was beaten up by every cop and fag basher hmm. cops beat you up for no reason? the reason, young man, was hatred. and career advancement. now, captain russo loved his fag-bashing. we can only speculate why. these are mug shots from the early '60s. arrests out of the third district. is there a magnifier? yes. thank you. yeah, 'cause these... these are old eyes, you know, they need help. ( laughs ) can i ask you something? please. why did you flaunt the way you were if you knew people were going to attack you for it? you're a homicide detective? he's... new. with what you see people do, you get upset 'bout how a man dresses, and who he loves? i ain't upset. i'm just wondering, if you're getting beaten up 'cause you dress like a woman, and you don't want to get beat up, why not stop dressing like a woman? 'cause i was never a practical girl. ( laug ) oh, he's one of them. one of who? the local monster. i remember his eyebrows. he was the ringleader. what do you remember him doing? i remember him hitting me and kicking me and throwing things. you'r
-- the baby ge raf, the freak, the horse, and the bull and on and on and on. that's what we love about this team. one national writer observed "whatever goes on in the san francisco clubhouse it's not like the rest of baseball". well, i have something to add to that. i would say whatever goes on in our front office also is not like the rest of baseball. a championship team has an architect and our general manager brian saibian and his incredible staff are the best in baseball. [cheers and applause] he built a baseball operations department that is a model for scooting and analytics and player development and training and conditioning and brian has the perfect partner in executing all of this, and of course it is bruce bochy and his coaching staff. [cheers and applause] the last giant manager to win more than one world series was john mcgraw in 1921, but don't let bochy fool you with his seemingly easy going nature. the wheels are always turning with him and we can say there is no finer manager in the game today. [cheers and applause] i want to acknowledge the foundation of the gian
tryeantryean ge, ,r-ssowi ve s,rsclto, y reoun'p yean >> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center, this is abc7 news. >> good wednesday morning. it is 5:00. thanks for joining us. i am kristen sze. >> no frost. but there could be moisture in the form of rain. >> but not enough to obscure the bay lights testing on the bay bridge. >> it is cool to see that drive across the bridge. live doppler 7 hd shows the best radar returns, with yellow in sonoma. we have light showers or sprinkles in the southern section of
was to disclose any conflict of interest and talk about relationships with p g&e which davis and associates did have as did other folks who completed for this contract. the independent panel who scored ultimately selected davis and associates felt confident that there wouldn't be any conflict of interest. also in our existing contract with davis and associates we have privacy clauses and conflict of interest clauses. i think we at the pc feel confident that there is no conflict of interest and any work that davis and associates will do for the pc will not be conflict future work with pg&e. >> it's wonderful to see daniel webster students in the audience with us today. ms.fox, i did want to ask, davis and associates will do an extensive public outreach in education campaign. was there any discussion how they will reach immigrant communities? >> you'll see in the budget for the customer outreach notification plan is part of the budget. some of that the work will happen by things that davis and associates does. some of it will be pc. it will also having some partnership with community-based organi
? "donaghy is up for the g.e. chairmanship, "but one employee has misgivings, uh-oh. who said this? (all) not me. not me. it wasn't me. i wasn't even working that day.
're out of order. >> you i need to have -- >> sir geing -- >> you got all the money. >> okay. i think we're going to close public comment now. i'm going to call for a five >> public enrichment fund and we have a report from one of the committees. >> yes we have a report from the bilingual community council and bcc and they will be presenting and kim garcia misa. >> all right. welcome to the members of the bilingual community council. you may start when ready. >>
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